DEFA’s Charlotte Eisner is key note speaker at the Hannover Exhibition, the worlds largest Industrial meetingpoint. During a full week of industrial events in Hannover, Sweden is showing competitive edge and advantage within sustainablility, digitalization and clean tech. This year Sweden is the Partner Country and host a pavilion named “ Sweden Co-Lab” where companies, authorities and organizations put forward the unique Swedish ability to create world class innovations through co-operation.
During the Smart City deep dive session, DEFAs Charlotte Eisner is key note speaker on “Flexibility in a smart City” –“Lighthouse projects from Sweden”, alongside Minister of Energy and Digitalization, Anders Ygeman.
- We have a unique “green house” market to develop and trim solutions for smart energy, electromobility and smart/hybrid houses. One important key is the degree of digital maturity, knowledge and interest and another key is the Swedish model for integrated and joint innovation projects. This speeds up the pace to faster launch of necessary integrated solutions between parties that has not cooperated very much before, like energy/utility and automotive, says Charlotte Eisner, Global Sales and Markets Director at DEFA.
The Hannover Exhibitions is a grand platform for Swedish Technology Corporations to develop new innovative partnerships. Business Sweden is given the task to lead the project and act as host. The main theme in Hannover is automation, robotization, digitalization and high technology, with global media focus with more than 2500 journalists present. Some of the Swedish speakers on the main stage are DEFA’s Charlotte Eisner, Global Sales and Market Director, Mats Karlström, VP FerroAmp, Klas Wåhlberg, CEO The association of Swedish Engineering Industries and Jörgen Lööf, CEO Electricity Stockholm.